financial analyst, Sydney Casely-Hayford, has called on President Nana Akufo-Addo to quarantine himself when he returns to Ghana from his working visit to Europe because of the novel coronavirus fears. His comments come after heightened concern over the virus following its detection in Nigeria. “I do want the president to be quarantined.
hana Premier League side Great Olympics received 2,400 cans of Don Simon tropical fruit juice worth of GHC10,000 from Marina Distribution at their training ground Mcdan La Town Park in Accra on Friday. Receiving the donation on behalf of the club were Director of Communications Mr Emmanuel Saint Osei, Financial Director Mr Samuel Wellington, Operations Director Nii Laryea
At least 210 Covid-19 patients have died in Iran, sources within the country's health care system have told BBC Persian. This figure, as of Thursday evening, is way above the official figure of 34. The official figure for infected people is at 388 but many have challenged official figures. Most victims are
A supposed beneficiary of the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) scholarship as named in the Auditor-General’s performance audit report, Ramana Shareef, is demanding answers from the GETFund as to her inclusion in the list of beneficiaries. In a letter written by her lawyer, Samson Lardy Anyenini, dated 25th February, 2020 and
The General Transport, Petroleum and Chemical Workers’ Union of the Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC), has called on the government and other stakeholders to kick against Tullow Ghana and Kosmos Energy’s plans to layoff Ghanaian workers over operational challenges. The group in a statement issued on Thursday, February 27, said the
MTN Ghana recorded a profit after tax of one billion cedis for 2019. This is 33.56 percent higher compared to the GH¢754.67 million recorded in the preceding year . The telecoms company attributes this to an improvement in active data users, growth in smart phones and an increase in data usage. MTN’s total
A new report by the Natural Resource Governance Institute says Ghana may find it difficult to repay the US$2 billion Sinohydro loan expected to be paid with proceeds from the country’s bauxite resources. The report, titled ‘Resource Backed Loans: Pitfalls and Potentials’, says countries that depend on resource backed loans like